5 Common Mistakes You Should Not Make in the IELTS Speaking Test

Being human, it is quite natural that we all make certain mistakes and this doesn't differentiate even if you're taking an IELTS Speaking test. Being an IELTS Dubai Trainer for more than 10 years, I have seen many IELTS students in Dubai unanimously concerned about the Speaking section.

Since the IELTS Speaking Section is administered as a face-to-face interview, it is no surprise that this causes immense anxiety in students. There are normally four criteria for marking your IELTS speaking score and this includes fluency and coherence, lexical resource, grammatical range and accuracy, and pronunciation.

When attempting for an IELTS exam 20% of your marks depend on how well you score in the speaking section. You’re not only required to speak confidently but pay attention to a few important parameters. These parameters include grammar, vocabulary, syntax, and diction.

If you are aiming to score band 7 or higher, you must use appropriate grammar structures that are error-free. In the following Infographic, we try to help you keep highlighting some common mistakes that you can avoid in your IELTS speaking section to score those precious points in IELTS.